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Poster: skuzzlebutt Date: Jan 26, 2007 9:28am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: dead movie

I too would love to see some sort of offical release from the 11/73 and 2/74 Winterland runs. I actually play the second DVD of the Dead movie a fair ammount when I want some visuals with my GD, but to be quite honest when we get down to brass tacks I think the 10/74 "retirement" run is one of the more overrated runs in the band's history. I'm a huge, huge fan of "The Golden Age" '72-74, but by October of '74 I think they were all- band, crew, and support staff - just completely spent.

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Poster: Finster Baby Date: Jan 26, 2007 11:20am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: dead movie

All 5 nights of this run can be found on sugar megs.
I have the dvd of the movie and I enjoy it alot. One thing I was always curious about, don't know if anyone here has the answer but, why did Steal Your Face sound like such crap and the original movie as well as the dvd version sound really good?

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Poster: tree-ap Date: Jan 26, 2007 1:39pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: dead movie

I've never understood people who said that the shows weren't all that great & the SYF's sound wasn't either. That was my 2nd as far as released live material for years until DP's & Vault recordings came around. I've always thought that it sounded like they used the soundboard recordings & spliced them over mike's that were at other places in the hall---that it had a sense of "space" to it. The same goes for Europe '72. Listening to Steppin' Out, I don't hear quite the same sense of "space", though I do hear it on The GD Movie Soundtrack compared to SYF.
Just remember, it's ALL in how the music makes you FEEL!!!

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